This is the fourth time in which 2 of my photos are currently on exhibit at Cat Socrates 苏格拉底猫 Bookcafe with a theme this time round to be "Raining Day".
Many people’s first thought when they see it raining is to put their camera away - however stormy and rainy days are some of the biggest chances to shoot moody atmospheric images. People struggling with the wind, wrestling with umbrellas, obscuring the face with their jacket, jumping or running around like they are being chased after…When it really rains down, you have an exciting and rare theater right before you waiting to be shot by a photographer!
Shortlisted "Raining Day" photographs are currently on exhibition from 1 November to 31 December 2011.
Location of CAT SOCRATES 苏格拉底猫 bookstore cafe:
Bras Basah Complex #03-39B
12 noon - 8 pm (Daily)
1 pm - 7 pm (Sunday & Public Holiday)
My first 'Raining Day' photo on display!
My second 'Raining Day' photo on display!
Each photo exhibited in the "Raining Day" exhibition tells a big meaning of rain and emotions. Rain always tell about the memory which can be the past or future and it is how you feel it. And whenever it rains on your parade, look up rather than down. Without the rain, there would not be any rainbow at all. Life is like a rainbow. You need both the sun and the rain to make its colors appear.
So I encourage all of you to search for a place that gives you a good angle to shoot during raining days and that covers your head and your camera while snapping pictures! Let’s get inspired together! :-)
p/s: To view my past photographs being exhibited at Cat Socrates Bookcafe, please feel free to browse my "Photography Exhibition" category. Thank you.
Alternatively, you may click onto the below URL to browse my photos in the past exhibitions at Cat Socrates:
A freelance Singapore-based travel photographer / photojournalist. I seek the extraordinary, but finds beauty in the everyday. Life is interesting, capture it.
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